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I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks)

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B-side  "Jazz"
Format  7", 12"
Length  3:45
Released  February, 1986
Recorded  January, 1986
Writer(s)  Jonathan Elias, John Taylor, Michael Des Barres

I Do What I Do... (Theme for 9½ Weeks) was a 1986 single performed by Duran Duran bassist John Taylor, giving his first solo singing performance during a hiatus in Duran Duran's career.

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This was the main single released from the 9½ Weeks Original Soundtrack. The song reached #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #42 on the UK Singles Chart. It was also nominated in the 1986 Golden Raspberry Awards for "Worst Original Song", but lost to "Love or Money" by Prince.

7": Capitol / B-5551 (US)

  1. "I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks)" - 3:45
  2. "Jazz" [Instrumental] - 4:02

12": Capitol / V-15223 (US)

  1. "I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks)" (The Final Cut) - 8:05
  2. "I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks)" (Film Mix) - 4:16 (Vocals by Dalbello)
  3. "I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks)" (The Single Mix) - 3:45

References

I Do What I Do (Theme for 9½ Weeks) Wikipedia


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